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Bloomberg
Jul 12, 2014 8:00pm EDT
on in the south china sea and the east china sea might be the most dangerous place in the world for a series of reasons. you look out at the world now where you cannot exactly work on two or three crises and figure out, put the others aside for while. they are all burning at the same time and it is hard for the u.s. government to organize itself and deploy forces to do with all those things simultaneously. we are not used to doing that. >> you were deeply involved in the fight against al qaeda in iraq which is the group that we are seeing reemerging, isis. is this a regional -- a group with regional ambitions that wants to set up its caliphate or is this a group that some suggest may be more of a threat than bin laden's al qaeda was? >> the al qaeda that we went after in 2001 when we went into afghanistan and iraq is different than what we're seeing today. the core element as the secretary of defense said is we had somewhat defeated them at the strategic level. and yet the franchise is alive and well. if not growing. part of that is because these populations in iraq and syria where they cann
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 8:00pm EDT
about how climate change can effect your grocery bill? could rare minerals in china effect your cell phone bill? or, how a hospital in texas could drive up your health care premium. i'll make the connections from the news to your money real. >>> al jazeera's anchor john seigenthaler suffered a personal lose that many sell. his father john seigenthaler passed away at the age of 86. he made a mark in joumpism and shaped civil rites movement. paul beban has the story. >> reporter: champion for civil rites, advisor to the kennedys, and meant or to young al gore. john seigenthaler senior was a journalist, confident apt and witness to watershed moments in our nation's history. born in nashville in 1927 he was a vor ashes reader, chasing stories at an early age, becoming editor-in-chief of his high school paper. after serving in the air force and marrying he landed a job at the tennesseean where he would be made editor. under john seigenthaler the paper was fearless and hard-hitting - whether upcovering corruption in the crownion, exposing the klux or aggressively covering the fight to end
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 8:00pm EDT
on nafta and approving china being the most favored nation status of all 20 years ago and then he signed off on the repeal of the glass-steagall act which caused the great recession and we know nafta set the stage for china and other countries giving up our manufacturing jobs. our economy now is a result of bill clinton. hopefully that democrats will get someone credible like joe biden to run and certainly not hillary. thank you. >> guest: well thank you for that question. it is interesting that bill clinton may be the single most popular politician in america if not the entire world right now. there seems to be a collective amnesia about what the clinton presidency was like. we did balance the budget as you said during the clinton years and we did do reform of welfare but that was in conjunction with a republican congress which in many ways forced its hand. what we seem to have forgotten so many americans, is that during the clinton administration and you write this glass-steagall act which allowed banks to do their own trading which ultimately resulted in the collapse of the economy in
NHK
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am JST
were left out in a report on recent u.s./china talks. china's state-run news agency xinhua cited these areas for strengthening bilateral cooperation in their document last year on the annual meeting. officials discussed a wide range of topics at the two-day u.s./china strategic and economic dialogue in beijing this month. discussions on cyber security and human rights were heated. analysts say the absence of these important issues in the xinhua document could reflect china's anger. earlier this year china protested the u.s. indictment of chinese liberation army officers for cyber theft. the document instead focuses on cooperation in the fields of energy and climate change. it says the two countries will continue to work together to resolve nuclear development in north korea and iran. the report also says china and the u.s. will work toward creating a communications system on major military actions. >>> u.s. based online retailer amazon is asking for government permission to test fly delivery drones. the company has been developing small unmanned helicopters designed to deliver me
CNN
Jul 12, 2014 4:00pm PDT
to communism. china fallen to communism. we can't lose southeast asia so we have to stabilize south vietnam. >> january 2, 1963 south vietnam troops surprise a battalion in a village. five american helicopters are shot down. three american advisors are killed. 63 south vietnamese die, half of them shooting at each other. >> we have u.s. military advisors flying combat missions. we have advisers accompanying south vietnam forces into the field. so by this point, their role had gone beyond simply advising. >> we have learned a bitter lesson. the army in south vietnam cannot cope with the vietcong, the committed guerilla enemy. it is trained for conventional war american style. >> there is growing uncertainty about whether the advisory effort is really working. >> then in the midst there is a buddhist crisis. >> the war in vietnam is a fight on two fronts. on one hand the government faces the vietcong communists and a revolt of the majority, a fight which has been joined by thousands of students. >> the country's buddhist majority sees the president as a tyrant. >> we had established a governm
in china. on another subject, we have spent a great eel of time on the committee following the situation in iran. of these for many members of the foreign affairs committee, they have a lot of experience over the years with deception on the part of the government in iran. in one of our concerns was to find pressure points where we might be able to get the iranians to the table. we did that with legislation on that passed the session. we passed legislation authored ande and this fundraiser -- cosponsored by eliot engel which really gives the ayatollah a choice, a choice between compromise on the nuclear program or economic collapse. we were able to pass that bill out of committee with bipartisan support, unanimously, and pass it off of the four with 400 votes to 20. administration oppose the legislation, but it was our opinion on the committee, those of a with experience on foreign affairs, that this type of pressure was necessary in order to be taken seriously in order for the u.s. position to be taken seriously. the administration has helped legislation up in the senate, but we are clos
PBS
Jul 12, 2014 4:00pm PDT
language of china. >> [ speaking mandarin ] >> i've been studying mandarin for about six years. >> we started studying mandarin every day starting in seventh grade. >> [ speaking mandarin ] >> we're very proud of our mandarin program. it started back in the late '80s with about 30 kids, and at its high point, recently, we had over 300 kids involved in the mandarin program. >> being able to speak a foreign language in class is one thing. the true test is seeing if you can communicate with native speakers in their own country. and that's exactly what some of these students did. as part of their foreign-exchange program, they got to try out their language skills in china. >> you're forced to think in chinese when you're in china. >> i can understand most people well, but at times, i had to definitely ask people to slow down or repeat what they said. >> like, go to stores and have shopkeepers, like, understand my chinese -- i think that was, like, really one of the funnest parts. >> today was a lot of fun -- messing with the chinese people. >> so what do you want students to learn from a
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 5:15pm EDT
oddles of its products from china, one of the worst human dignity, unborn infant life and economic justice anywhere in the world. that? you respond to guest: you know that article came out actually after oral argument during the pendency of the supreme court case. was a really good response up.t that was written the point of the matter is that hobby lobby itself does not invest in any of those companies. the fact that they set up a very 401k planmployee where the employee is the one choose where they invest their own money for their retirement, that's a very different issue rather than itselfthat hobby lobby is investing in those companies which it doesn't. are think those two things very different. as far as the china claim, you know, i think it's very hard to any company in america today that doesn't have some china.n with they are a global economy. they provide a lot of goods and services to many different companies. you'd be hard-pressed to find any company that didn't .ave any tie to china >> president of rock the vote -- we will take your calls and you can join the conversati
CNN
Jul 12, 2014 2:00pm PDT
of birth for new u.s. residents china and india. those are the two most populated countries on the planet. as for work the latest labor stats show by and large immigrant workers are in the service industry, hotels, restaurants and gas stations and they're making a lot less than u.s.-born workers about 160 bucks less per week. so, regardless of how you feel about theish you'll, there's no doubt immigrants are here to stay and they play a huge role in the american economy every day. i've had surgery, and yes, i have occasional constipation. that's why i take doctor recommended colace capsules. [ male announcer ] for certain medical conditions where straining should be avoided, colace softens the stool for effective relief from occasional constipation. go to colacecapsules.com for savings. for effective relief from occasional constipation. your studied day and night for her driver's test. secretly inside, you hoped she wouldn't pass. the thought of your baby girl driving around all by herself was... you just weren't ready. but she did pass. 'cause she's your baby girl. and now you're proud.
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 4:00pm EDT
fans to wonder if the show will go on. kristin salumy, new york. >> in another sign of china's backlash against apple they say there is a security threat. state-run media criticized the app saying it could be used to reveal chinese state secrets. similar features exist on all smart phones including those made in china. >>> coming up on al jazeera america:? >> i really believe that occurred people like me can do extraordinary things with a little bit of grit. >> a gritty grandma hitting the high seas for a good cause. why she is making a 2500 mile journey next. >> these old military vehicles could be yours. we will explain coming up on al jazeera america. >> on tech know, imagine getting the chance to view the world. >> the brain is re-learning how it sees again >> after decades in the dark, >> i couldn't get around on my own >> a miraculous bionic eye... >> i'm seeing flashes >> great >> tech know, every saturday go where science meets humanity. >> this is some of the best driving i've every done, even though i can't see. >> tech know. >> we're here in the vortex. only on al jazeera am
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 2:43pm EDT
is it possible we have more prisoners than russia or china? the insanity of the system is unsustainable and it has to change. the congress, our legislatures have to address it at some point. it will cripple our society. it will cripple our economy. host: bernard kerik this is a tweet that we have gotten, and -- it is funny how opinions change when the shoe is on the other foot. guest: that is right. that is exactly right. basically, it is an education. it is an education. here is the issue. one of the reasons i'm talking i you, one of the reasons testified before the congress, one of the reasons i talk about this constantly is because the general public does not understand the damage that the system does. if you have not experienced it firsthand, if you have not been there, if you have not dealt with it through some personal discourse -- a family member, friend, or otherwise, you have no idea, and the reason i know that is because i was in the system. ran two the largest -- i two the largest law enforcement agencies in the country, and i did not know half of what i know today than. so,
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 11:30am PDT
on it. what would china do? all of these sank moan yus people. the british who sent out thousands of troops to a remote island, thousands of miles away from their own territory. we are defending our homes. we are living in a very tough and brutal and cruel neighborhood and we are actually on the front line of terrorism. we are fighting not just for us, we are fighting for you, for our american friends, for our friends around the world, because this is the first line of defense. and we have to make sure we destroy those animals who are trying to destroy us. and i assure you, eric, we will not stop until we do. >> ambassador dan gillerman from israel, which is under a barrage of rockets, from hamas and is fighting back, maybe for israel's very survival, thank you so much for joining us tonight from israel and from tel aviv, that has continued to become under attack. >>> we'll have a lot more on this developing story throughout the rest of the afternoon. stay with us here in the fox news channel for the very latest and where'll be right back. c'mon, you want heartburn? when your favo
Bloomberg
Jul 12, 2014 2:00pm EDT
to las vegas. macau has taken off. >> the next generation of people from china have become more affluent. >> siblings lawrence and pansy ho have become leaders. they have a combined net worth of $7 billion. for the last decade, they have met stiff competition. >> they predicted i would not even open. they did not believe somebody else could do this. >> they underestimated. >> they grossly underestimated. >> sheldon adelson has a net worth of $35 billion. much of that wealth made on his macau casinos. this pits billionaire against billionaire. all vying for the attention of the 1.3 billion chinese to the north. macau is an 11 square mile enclave on the southern coast of mainland china. for four centuries, it was under portuguese rule. it is the closest place to china where gambling is legal. in 1962, stanley ho was the first person to usher in a new era of casinos in macau. he paved the way for other investors to make it big in macau. today, one of those investors is his son, lawrence ho. >> my father revolutionized the casino market 40 years ago in macau. he brought in a new style. throu
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 2:00pm EDT
before the long journey to australia. after that it was up to singapore and then to china and across to the united states. to san francisco moving around the caribbean to new york city. and from the big apple briefly to northern ireland before docking back at the u.k. this is it, after 40,000 miles to some of the world's most hospital locations, the heart of london on a glorious summer's day. as you can see there is a lot of happiness, pride, and a little bit of nervousness because they know many of these crew members are already looking forward to their next adventure. who knows where that may take them. al jazeera, on the banks of the river times in london. >> we'll have the latest from europe. >> many thanks. just ahead andy will be here with all the sports. will these fans still be cheering on sunday? we'll see how germany is getting ready for sunday's world cup final. real reporting that brings you the world. >> this is a pretty dangerous trip. >> security in beirut is tight. >> more reporters. >> they don't have the resources to take the fight to al shabaab. >> more bureaus, mo
SFGTV
Jul 12, 2014 11:00am PDT
in my lifetime not to be a part for the citizens of district two, district three, and the china town and the part of city that could use recreation space. >> any further public comment. >> the question has been called. >> please come forward. >> who made that rule? >> come forward. >> thank you for being here. >> my name is tina and i am all for this. i just have to make a comment. i have been president of russian hill neighbors for four years, when this subject came up, and supervisor ferrill suggested it and i said, having four neighborhood groups in the north east sector of san francisco has about as much chance of succeeding as surfing in a tsunami and so i just have to applaud this group who has met for two and a half years, bi monthly, without any ripples, roughles, waves, or anything, it is remarkable. i mean, this is like a miracle. so, this is
Bloomberg
Jul 12, 2014 1:30pm EDT
to las vegas. macau has taken off. >> the next generation of people from china have become more affluent.
FOX
Jul 12, 2014 10:30am PDT
out, but you can't get out. this is a 2-year-old child in china stuck in an atm area. like an atm vestibule near a shopping center. the child was playing hide and seek with his grandparents in the shopping center and chose to hide in this atm area, and as a security measure, these doors locked behind the patron so thieves can't get in and rob you while you're at the atm, but the 2-year-old was too small to unlock the door himself once he got in. basically he is locked in this glass box. you can see. we think this is grandma. she's on the other side of the glass kind of banging on the fwlas treei glass trying to calm him down. he is very upset. fire and rescue tried several different ways, but they unlock the door from the inside with a contraption that looks so difficult. >> that's like picking the car door lock. >> with a coat hanger. >> wrau. >> the good news about this is it works. you're not going to get robbed in this thing. it totally works. >> can you feel safe at the atm, right? >> good thing it was glass and that the grand patients could see where the kid was because, can
FOX
Jul 12, 2014 10:00am PDT
of suggestion gets drivers all turned around. >>> a crowd of people and rescue crews are on hand in china for this giant pipe, the giant hole in the ground that you are seeing here. rescue workers have brought in a crane, a small crane to try to get down into this drain. what could possibly be stuck down in a drain? a cow. >> could be anything really. >> yeah. watch as firefighters and all these folks help as this crane starts to pull something from this drain. >> it's huge, first of all. what? >> elephant? >> cow. >> did you say it was a cow? >> it is a cow. >> that was my wild guess. you absolutely can't be positive it's so crazy guess, and it's so craze where i that it's true. it is a giant cow. now, according to reports as we watch this cow being pulled from this drain, the cow's own was out taking the cow for a walk. the cow got spook and ran away, and then the owner couldn't find the cow. searched for the cow for two days. finally, he hears the cow mooing at the bottom of the hole, and he calls authorities. >> it's like a cartoon. it disappeared, and there was a cloud right above it
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 12:00pm EDT
of the cold war. china and chinese leaders figure prominently in the manuscript sections i read. a main reason the manuscript has so many pages is that jeff, in a tour de force job of research and writing, gives his readers long narratives with how the end of the cold war appeared to those nations. that greatly expands the breath of jeff's story and even his explanations of how american policymakers must act to -- must act. such an international perspective has become the fashion in the writing of diplomatic and international relations history for good reason. such broad history has made clear that the united states policymakers act in a world bound by different interests, which makes the american position in the world both clear in its distinctions and similarities to other powers both great and small. this internationalizing project has its strengths and the pages jeff spends the accounts on our compelling. i also see a weakness in this approach. i think i am following a little bit of what andy card said. jeff almost never laid these parallel histories the u.s. policymaking. president bush's
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 9:00am PDT
to china. we're going to preview a new documentary that tells their story next. >>> a fascinating new documentary about heritage and family follows three successful sibling his raised in harlem. as they embark on an emotional journey to find their ancestral roots some 7,000 miles away in china. >> i went to our family village. and translated over the gate -- the gate, the entrance. what was translated to me was it says prosperity, family and education. and i thought, what does my family stand for but that. >> this film is called finding samuel lo, from harlem to china. joining me now, entrepreneur and filmmaker and star, paula madison. thank you for joining me. >> thanks, alex. >> it's a great story. what made you decide to film it and take your travels to china? >> i grew up here in harlem. my mother was always very sad and very emotional about the fact that we really didn't have any other family. she was separated from her father when she was 3 years old. he had gone to jamaica to cut sugar cane. and when he got there, he stayed and never really went back to china for some years. bu
NHK
Jul 13, 2014 1:00am JST
intrusions by chinese ships into japan's territorial waters around the senkaku islands in the east china sea. japan controls the islands. china and taiwan claim them. onodera said that japan will not attempt to change the status quo of the region by force. he said that the security situation around japan is changing. he said it is vital to bolster the japan/u.s. alliance to deter threats. >> translator: the japanese government will prepare new legislation in response to reinterpretation of the constitution. these efforts will revolutionize progress in japan/u.s. ties. >> onodera said japan will achieve peace and prosperity in the asia-pacific region by cooperating with the u.s., australia, south korea and other asian countries with which japan shares common values. onodera also met with u.s. defense secretary chuck hagel. hagel called japan's move towards self-defense a historic decision. he said the u.s. strongly supports the change and said this should be part of new u.s./japan defense cooperation guidelines added by the end of the year. >> together japan's collective self-defense decision
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 11:45am EDT
was when he goes off to europe. years ago, 14 years ago now i was teaching a one-week semithat are in china just for an american studies program, it was an exchange program, and my one-week seminar was on american civil rights. and these chinese students from all across china, about 15 of them, were getting a one-week introduction to these themes, all speaking english. they were studying the u.s., had a similar familiarity with it. and the week was going along fine with the predictable stumbles and such, and on the next to last day one of the students made an observation that floored me, and your comment just made me think of this. and we were talking about race and civil rights and citizenship, and she simply said -- and it was statement -- without race, america has no meaning. it just disappears. and she stopped me in my tracks with that observation. and that gets back to my earlier comment about originalism and sort of the logic of this country. so from a thought experiment, i think that's brilliant. but we can't ignore the realities that have grown out of that, of these decisions people
and they are done in china and they are done elsewhere. the reason those jobs are coming back is because we have been able to supply the manufacturing world with high-tech, educated people that work on the factory floor. 20 years ago, that did not exist. we have to understand that there is a direct correlation between wages being paid and the talent level of that person. we have to constantly push that talent level to be more relevant to what employers really want. if employers see high-tech manufacturing as computer systems skills, we have to move the talent coming out of high school in our community colleges in that direction so you have that pool of talent. then, you have a fair wage for fair skill. >> senator walker. >> just to follow-up on governor nixon. the four things you outlined in this report are pretty consistent. i was thinking, it really is focusing on ways we need to do a better job connecting the skills to people who are looking for a job or are looking for a better job, the skills they need to match up with the jobs that are open or will be in the next few years. those four thin
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 11:00am EDT
threat. similar features will exist on all smart phones including those made in china. >>> one company is taking tv to the next level with a bendable screen. our science and technology correspondent jacob ward explains how it works. >> reporter: it's will clichÉ of science fiction transparent flexible screens as in this scene "minority report." and in life it has endless potential for making our devices smaller and more partyible. but only in the last few years has it been made possible. at the electronic show in 2013 samsung showed the first truly bendable screen. at the same show a year later the technology began to show up in curve, full-sized televisions. now lg, the iow the appliance giant, said they have a screen that can be rolled down to just over an inch. that's like a magazine in the back pocket, even though you shouldn't sit down on this. it's played of a polyamide, the material used in tables and adhesives. the resolution is comparable to a high end computer monitor. they plan to release a television that is both this flexible and almost entirely transparent. the thing to
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
in the mideast during his trip to china on thursday. and just to underscore that the position of the u.s. is the two-state solution. president obama wrote a op-ed, wrote it before, the escalation of the violence, but wrote at the end of the day, we know where negotiations must lead, two states for two peoples. the only solution is a democratic jewish state living side by side in peace and security with a viable, independent palestinian state. >> i think there are a lot of parties that are still invested in the two-state solution, the united states, international community, a good portion of the israeli public, good portion of the palestinian public, the palestinian prime minister, president as you pointed out. i think what this shows us from the israeli perspective, i think that what's going on now is it shows the worst case scenario outcome of a one-state solution is populations that are at each other's throats and don't recognize each other claims but have to share the same territory. you've got what you're looking at here in terms of a one thing solution is perpetual belfast and i'v
FOX
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
states and 27 countries. >> on my team i had teachers from kenya, china, philippines, and then from all over the united states. this is my team and i. i'm right there. >> reporter: there is no doubt it's about some once in a lifetime experiences. the focus was all on science, technology, engineering and math. that has become a hot button issue in many indication. 60% of employers say they can't find qualified workers. one study found that in almost every state children will get less time for science in elementary school than they did 15 to 20 years ago. not a bright outlook for an industry planning missions for the future. >> they are depending on children, the children of today to be the sciencists for tomorrow and they have a real mission that they are building upon about beyond the moon. >> reporter: this is the program's tenth year and while participants walk away with a cool stuff like space ice cream. >> not like ice cream . >> reporter: and not many can boost a space suit. >> in san francisco i think me. the space suit is like -- a ticket to coolness i hope. >> reporter: it's
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 9:00am EDT
% of the world population. how can a country be delighted when it has china as a partner, india as a partner. latin america as a partner. i suppose the west has long ago overestimated its significance. >> it was notable that eight latin america countries abstained or voted against the u.n. general assembly calling for crimea's referendum for autonomy. latin america is a key market fo. and russian officials have talked more and more about permanent military bases in latin america. >> obviously it hurts us, or they're not too worried about commercial ties. what does worry them are signs of military ties. military exercises, military bases, getting everyone on the same operable. military equipment. >> they assert their own political and could have republicanty, and it is a busy time in what u.s. leaders like to refer to as their backyard. china's president will be visiting cuba, argentina, brazil, and venezuela next week. al jazeera, washington. >> getting caught breaking in law. the crime is smoking dope, marijuana. users are infuriated that police have taken random european samples turine sam
NHK
Jul 12, 2014 10:00pm JST
around the islands. china and taiwan claim the islands. onodera said that japan will not attempt to change the status quo by force. he said the circumstance around japan is changing and it cease vital to bolster the japan/u.s. alliance to deter threats. >> translator: the japanese government will prepare new legislation in response to reinterpretation of the constitution. these will revolutionary progress in japan/u.s. ties. >> onodera said japan will achieve peace and prosperity in the asia pacific region by cooperating with the u.s., south asia and other countries with which japan shares common values. >>> japan's july grand sumo tournament starts this weekend and among the contenders will enter the ring is a rising star named ikioi. his success in the last tournament has many expecting big things this time. sumo experts and commentator hirohita watched him gear up for the competition. >> 47-year-old has an ideal frame for sumo. he's one meter and 94 centimeters tall, weighs 162 kilograms. his name conveys the notions of spirit, momentum and strength. he has been competing at t
Univision
Jul 12, 2014 5:00am PDT
agentes más naturales que se venden en estados unidos tienen ingredientes que provienen de china donde hay problemas importantes con ingredientes fals, falsificados, de baja calidad o contaminados. >> entonces, ¿por qué supple es diferente? >> bueno, supple no trata de enmascarar el dolor, si no aliviar las causas originarias del dolor. regenera tus articulaciones, fortalece tus huesos y te hace más fuerte. no tienes que preocuparte por los peligrosos efectos colaterales. puedes usarlo todo el tiempo que lo necesites. podrías dejar de tomar medicamentos para el dolor, podrías evitar la cirugía. garantizamos el 100% del texto de la etiqueta. usamos sólo las mejores fuentes de ingredientes, todas de estados unidos. no usamos ingredientes de china. y te garantizamos la fórmula número 1 romendada por los doctores. ¿sabes qué? tú puedes sentir la diferencia. veamos tan sólo algunos ejemplos. >> y lentamente, mi artritis se había empeorado tanto en el hombro, el codo derecho, el brazo, la muñeca. todo y cada articulación del cuerpo. me dolía tanto que no podía dormir de dos a c
NHK
Jul 12, 2014 9:00pm JST
intrusions by chinese ships into the territorial waters in the east china sea. japan controls the islands, china and taiwan claim them. he said the security situation surrounding japan is changing. he said it's vital to bolster the japan u.s. alliance to deter threats. >> translator: the japanese government will prepare new legislation in response to resberp station of the constitution. these efforts will revolutionize progress in japan-u.s. ties. >> he said japan will achieve peace and prosperity in the asia pacific region by cooperating with the u.s. and other countries with which japan shares common values. >>> japan's grand sumo tournament is this weekend. among the contenders is a rising star. his success in the last tournament has many expecting big things this time. nhk world's commentary watched him gear up for the competition. >> reporter: 27-year-old has an ideal frame for sumo. he's one meter 94 centimeters tall. his name conveys the notions of spirit, momentum and strength. he's been competing at the top division since march 2012. he is particularly strong from a stance where
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am EDT
population. how can it be delighted with china as a partner and latin america as a partner. the west has long ago - overestimated the significance. >> it was notable that eight lat sin america sustained. calling for the rejection of crimea's referendum of autonomy. latin america is a key market for russian energy companies. >> russia is overtaking the u.s. and as n.a.t.o. strengthens the encirclement of russia, the officials talked more and more about permanent military bases in latin america. i don't think they are too worried about diplomatic ties, or they are probably not too worried about commercial ties. what worries them are signs of military ties, exercises, bases, getting everyone on the same interoperable equipment. >> it's unclear whether latin american countries wish to expand military cooperation as they ex-cert their own much it is a busy time in what u.s. leaders like to refer to as their backyard. china's president will visit cuba, argentina, brazil and venezuela. >> join a gang or die. >> reporter: this is a pleas where you see ugly things like bodies and pieces. >>> violence
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 4:00am PDT
. ♪ >>> here's someone in china who might be in need for anger management. he is using a wrench to smash the window shield of the $170,000 tesla. believe it or not, it is actually his car he was angry because the dealer finally delivered on a car he ordered back in october. they apologized and blamed it on other logistic cal problems. >>> california police say she's cold, ice cold. the call girl accused in the heroin overdose death the of a google executive is expected to be back in court for her arraignment. 26-year-old alex is being held on $1.5 million on manslaughter, drug and prostitution charges in the death of forest hayes. he was found dead on his yacht. now they are reexamining the heroin overdose death of another man she used to date. >> both subjects in these cases died of a heroin overdose. there are several factors we are going to look at. >> gail, a welcome to you. this is an extraordinary article that you have written taking an in-depth look at who this alex is. first, the latest on the investigation on the case in california and the re-examination of the case in georgia.
NHK
Jul 12, 2014 8:00pm JST
in the east china sea. japan controls the islands china and taiwan claim them. . japan will not tolerate attempts to change the status quo of the region by force. he said the security situation surrounding japan is changing. he said it's vital to strengthen the japan u.s. alliance to deter threats. >> translator: the japanese government will prepare new legislation in response to reinterpretation of the constitution. these will revolutionary progress and japan-u.s. ties. >> onodera said japan will receive peace and prosperity in the asia pacific region by cooperating with the u.s., south asia and other countries with which japan shares common values. onodera also met with chuck hagel. hagel called japan's move toward self-defense a historic decision. he says the u.s. strongly supports the change and this should be part of new defense cooperation guidelines added by the end of the year. >> together japan's collective self-defense decision and revised guidelines will allow japan to participate more actively in areas such as ballistic missile defense, counter piracy, peace keeping and a wid
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 6:00am EDT
countries are 45%. china, brazil, latin america is a partner for russia. the west as overestimated its significance. >> it was notable that eight latin american countries ab stained or voted against the u.n. resolution calling for autonomy. along with geopolitical are economic ties. latin america is a key market. russia overtook the u.s. in arms sales. as n.a.t.o. strengthened europe, russia talked about permanent military basis in latin america. >> i don't think the obama administration is worried about diplomatic ties, obviously it hurts us, they are probably not worry about commercial ties. what worries is military ties, exercises, bases, getting everyone on the same interoperable military equipment. >> it's unclear whether latin america countries wish to expand behind joint exercises as they have their own political sovereignty from washington. it is a busy time in what the u.s. leaders like to refer to in their backyard. china's president will visit cuba, argentina and brazil. >>> let's get the sports news. thank you. lebron james announced he's heading to the queensland cavaliers
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 3:00am PDT
the battle frog competition. navy seals. >>> we are joined by a great group of students from china. tell me what you are doing here? >> we are participating in a program called chinese youth development program. we will study for a lot of courses here in columbia university. >> welcome. we are so happy that you're here. take a look at your weather maps as you are waking up this morning. rain showers down across parts of northern areas of florida. we'll see the sea breeze develop and you get thunderstorms again. rain showers heavy, unfortunately, this morning across parts of south dakota and iowa, minnesota, and later on today. some of that is going to be severe. four corners seeing monsoonal activity. we had good rain so far. we need to continue to get more of that. today here is where our severe threat is. get ready tomorrow. that moves in across parts of the ohio valley and interior parts of the northeast. back to you. >> thanks, rick. >>> this is a very important segment. wives watching this segment, pay attention. last week we shared what wives want to hear from their husbands. this wee
Univision
Jul 12, 2014 5:35am EDT
. >> hay canciones muy populares en china, australia, brota que no han tocado a ti. me dicen eres el artista del momento no, es para la vida. >> mientras todo el mundo duerme Él estÁ trabajando. >> ya lo sabe "aquÍ y ahora" con marÍa elena salinas. una jovencita de turquÍa vio su sueÑo convertido en realidad todo por su estatura, ya ultimos partidos?por el tercer >> estÁn listos para los Últimos partidos? por el tercer lugar se enfrentar a brasil y holanda maÑana sÁbado partir de las 3.30 de la tarde 12.30 hora del pacÍfico el domingo la gran final entre argentina y alemania que comienza a las 11.30 dos podrÁ disfrutar por su cadena univisiÓn. la organizaciÓn de los rÉcord guinness presentÓ a la adolescente mÁs alta del mundo mide siete pies y 9 pulgadas de altura tienen 17 aÑos vive en turquÍa los mÉdicos creen que sufre del sÍndrome de weiber una condiciÓn genÉtica que causa crecimiento rÁpido para la joven era un sueÑo que guiness reconociera su rÉcord. las noticias continÚan en las ediciones de ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 5:00am EDT
on a constructive relationship with china will stop the dialogue, which concluded yesterday in beijing, is an example, and both japan and china are participating, along with 20 other asian nations from around the world. the united states and japan's treaty alliance has been a foundation for peace, prosperity, and stability in the asia-pacific region for more than six decades. minister onodera and i are committed to making sure it remains that way for decades to come. minister, thank you for your partnership. thank you for your friendship. and thank you particularly for not asking about my college transcripts. now, i will ask minister onodera for his comments and then we will take questions. thank you. >> [translator] i am delighted to be here, and delighted to travel to omaha and two washington, d.c. in omaha, i enjoyed a nebraska steak. i would like many japanese people to enjoy this delicious beef. and also, i was delighted to see a picture of young secretary hagel, and it is very disappointing that i cannot share the picture with you. but he was like a rockstar to me. and regarding
FOX Business
Jul 12, 2014 4:00am EDT
, volume on the big board, 2.7 million shares. >> it's not china, it's the united states of america. >> layer great to have you here and the president old self-congratulatory statement was made yesterday. >> thank you so much. and it three times are four times as but a bat. also and it's just bad policy. the on the president is to be congratulated as he is presiding. and as responsible as always, the reality is that we don't have prosperity or engines of growth roaring in this economy. and the idea of this great enterprise and market-based capitalist economy, and nothing like that is occurring here. and it should occur. that is exactly will happen to the obama administration. lou: 30% say they cannot sustain these kinds of burdens. >> it is also very bad for americans as well. and sometimes we are commenting on this. and it's wonderful to have the arbitrage where you search out the highest return for capital and the highest wages for labor. but it's being wrong, wrong, wrong and it's the wrong thing to do is. lou: i would say that arbitrage, when we are talking about exporting jobs,
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